James David Moran
James David Moran is Director of Outreach at the American Antiquarian Society where he oversees the Society’s promotional activities and programming aimed at the general public and K-12 educators. Jim has over twenty years experience creating cultural and educational programming including designing and presenting teacher training programs. He is also a writer, director, and producer who has created thirteen plays, eleven of which have been produced; most of these have been commissioned and are based on historical themes. Additionally, he has created a wide variety of video, audio, and theatrical presentations for corporations, cultural institutions, and individuals. His plays, Beating the Demon, about the nineteenth century temperance orator John B. Gough, and Isaiah Thomas-Patriot Printer, about the founder of the American Antiquarian Society, are currently touring to schools and civic organizations throughout New England. He also developed an innovative radio program entitled The History Show, which appeared on 151 public radio stations in 47 states.